Added: Oct 11, 2018
Manhattan, New York. Meet our October special. Lucia Evans, African singer and one of the first to jump on the "metoo" bandwagon accusing a male movie mogul of some forced sexual encounter. She appears to have reached a dead-end with her false claims as the prosecutor agreed for her case to be dropped. Oops!. Her opportunistically timed accusation was not given much consideration in context until investigations came about a year in, thus far, divulging her false victimhood AKA fictimhood.
Initially, though, mainstream media had quickly danced to the hysterical metoo piper tunes portraying the Zimbabwean singer's allegations as credible, until now. Perhaps the 'Ford-effect' is working wonders in bits, with the least of lessons being to never jump into conclusions by a woman's word only. That remains to be seen.
October 11, 2018
. Allegations filed by Lucia Evans
were thrown out of court after having been revealed that she had lied when she accused Hollywood mogul of forcing her to perform oral sexual acts. Witness testimonies plus her own writing reveal her sexual experiences with the man were consensual, and further dispute her claims. So here comes the question: why did she accuse him? Rather than conclude by commonsense, there are possible scenarios from a collection of our coverage of false victims #fictims
1.) A dirty shot at a prominent male tops up on her feminist MeToo fame.
2.) She does not know the difference between consensual and forced sexual acts.
3.) She regretted the continued existence of the male after her last fling with him.
4.) Victimhood, if successfully played, leads to payday. And if failed, attracts no consequences.
5.) To destroy the goldmine and prevent others from gaining anything from it.
6.) The movie mogul represented a threat to her ambitions and/or success.
7.) She did to inspire/incite other fictims in the MeToo Madness.
8.) All of the above.
9.) Your own reason.
We are hearing unconfirmed reports she will be counter-sued for damages. Though, all said and done, a U-turn from toxic gynocentrism in our society remains a far fetched fantasy, because, according to the words of a South African politician: "Equality threatens Privilege"
. Watch this space
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